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Bachelor's Degree in Aerospace EngineeringEuropean University Madrid
Bachelor's Degree in Aerospace Engineering
After four years of study, the Bachelor’s Degree in Aerospace Engineering will provide you with all the competences required of a professional Technical Aviation Engineer. After this, if you wish, you can complement your studies with a Master’s Degree which will allow you to obtain the qualifications of an Aeronautical Engineer. Architecture, Engineering and Design At the School of Architecture, Engineering and Design you’ll learn with the Project Based School (PBS) methodology, working on real projects linked to companies as part of multidisciplinary teams, developing knowledge and interacting with areas of knowledge that will enrich your learning.
Only here can you study subjects dedicated to cross-disciplinary projects and internships every year.
- Learn with professionals: Over 50% of our faculty are active professionals, and many of them have received awards for their professional activity.
- You can join over 10 clubs where you can develop products with classmates from different areas: Robotics Club, Air Division, UE Gamestudio, BIM Club, Digital Manufacturing, GraphicaLab, etc.
- From day one you will have access to facilities equipped with the latest technology, such as a digital manufacturing workshop for architectural models and prototypes using cutting-edge software (FabLab), electronics, mechanical and robotics labs with tools such as MatLab, Ansys, Catia, Rhino, Solidworks, Istram, Sap, Finalcut, etc.
- You can join a list of students from this school who have received awards for their projects, such as Archiprix.
Students’ real projects are recognized by industry professionals. The Airbus ProtoSpace idea incubator backed a project by Alfonso Parra, an Aerospace Engineering student. After Alsonso completed his internship at Altran, Airbus took note of his project and asked him to join its team. The Graduation Project by Asen Lyubenov, an Industrial Electronics and Automation Engineering student, took 2nd prize at the best Engineering GP competition of the Autonomous Community of Madrid. His project on improving vehicle ergonomics is based on a 3D steering wheel he designed and printed himself.
Process of admission:
- Abilities Tests
- Language Test
Universidad Europea, with four campuses in Spain, two in Madrid (Villaviciosa de Odón and Alcobendas), one in Valencia and another in the Canary Islands (La Orotava), is an innovative institution geared towards adding value to society and contributing to its...